Peru is nature
Peru is an extremelly biodiverse country with habitats ranging from the arid plana of the Pacific coastal region in the West to the peaks of the Andes mountains.
Ecotourism in Peru
We try to promote the welfare of local communities and seek to encourage sustainable development without upsetting the balance of the environment.
Birdwatching In Peru
Peru has the second highest number of bird species in the world. Counting only breeding species, Peru ranks first. Bird Peru is a company specialized birding tour throughout Peru, Bolivia, Colombia, Guayana, Brazil, Ecuador and Chile. Visit Bird Peru at http://www.birding-in-peru.com
Made of dried totora reeds, the artificial islands of the Uros are Lake Titicaca’s top tourist attraction. The lives of the Uros, a pre-Incan people, are interwoven with these reeds, which is a primary source of food and are also used to make their homes, their boats and even a reed flower tea. Reeds are added to the top of the islands constantly, about every three months, as they rot from the bottom, so the ground is always soft and springy.
Uros Islands, Lake Titicaca, Peru !
Salinas de Maras, Cusco, Peru
The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is considered by experts one of the most spectacular trekking routes in the world.
Peru, Land of Hidden Treasures
Recommended attractions by experts and travel experience
Manu National Park – The Manu Biosfere Reserve has the hightest diversity of life in Earth and is one of the most important conservation units in the world.
Paracas National Reserve
Located near Ica, Huacachina is a tiny oasis town surrounding a small natural lake and itself surrounded by towering sand dunes. Once a playground for the Peruvian elite, these days Huacachina mostly attracts international tourists. The big draw here is the opportunity to sand board and taking dune buggy rides on the sand dunes.